Tuesday, September 8, 2009

update

Here is Kayli trying out her swing at Grandma's house. She's still making up her mind if she likes it or not. I think she does.

Below: Here is Kayli just hanging (literally hanging) out with Grandpa tonight. She is so alert, but I think she's really wondering when Grandpa is going to take her out to see the horse.



This will be just a quick update to keep you all in the know about what's with Will.

Will had dialysis yesterday, Monday, and today, Tuesday. They drew blood both days for different tests. I talked to Tauni (our transplant coordinator and friend) about when we might be going back to SLC for the liver biopsy. She told me that when (that's the big ?????) they get the results of the two blood tests, they will take them to the docs and decided when. So we won't know probably for a few days anyway. As soon as we know, we will let you know.

Will is very happy to be and little Kayli came over tonight just to lay in Uncle Will's arms (maybe ours too ). That little one is sure something special.




I know I keep saying this over and over, but thanks so much for all your prayers and good thoughts. They help SO MUCH!



GOD BLESS YOU ALL.



3 comments:

T*A*N*Y*A* said...

You all are always in mine and my familys prayers!! :)
Love all you Harbisons

Haneys said...

We're keeping you all in our prayers! Jealous you get to spend all that time around beautiful little Kayli baby...(tell uncle Tom we're also jealous of her for having such a great place to "hang out";)
Love and prayers to all!
Mae and Fam

Miss W said...

"Patience, Grasshopper." The Harbison's have to be the most patient people on the planet. God has great plans for all of you.

I'm constantly amazed at the lessons that I learn through your experiences. No matter my struggles, nothing compares to what you have all endured. Your ability to handle these "bumps" in the road is commendable.

To Terri: Thank you for keeping us informed. We all know how busy you are being a mother, grandmother, wife, daughter, aunt, teacher, and friend. You always find time to take care of our needs. I trust that you find time to take care of your own.

Lots of love and hugs
Pam